Blockers

Blockers
Blockers

Year

2018

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Coming of Age

Language

English

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Synopsis

Single mother Lisa drops off her daughter Julie for her first day of kindergarten, where Julie quickly makes friends with two other girls, Kayla and Sam. Kayla’s dad Mitchell and Sam’s father Hunter both introduce themselves to Lisa, having noticed the instant bond between their children. Twelve years later, the three girls are still close friends and make a pact together for each to lose their virginity on the night of their senior prom, even if Sam has a secret which gives her doubts about the plan. When their parents find out through an emoji-coded email, Lisa, Mitchell and Hunter immediately panic and resolve to do everything in their power to prevent their daughters from making, as they see it, huge mistakes. But with time running out to find the location of the after-party, the parents must act quickly if they’re to succeed in their mission. ‘Blockers’ is a warm and empathetic comedy which carries positive attitudes around sexuality and the autonomy of teenage girls.

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15 Classification

Strong language, crude humour, sex, nudity, drug misuse.

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